Disorder in the Court, starring The Three Stooges, 1936

Disorder in the court, starring the Three Stooges, 1936

Disorder in the Court, 1936

A film by Jack White

A Three Stooges adventure. The goofy, bungling trio discovers the true identity of a murderer when their friend is wrongly accused of murder. The slap-stick Kings are up to their usual tricks in this light-hearted romp. (Browse our Movie Archive)

Bootleggers (Samogonshiki), a film by Leonid Gayday, 1962

Samogonshiki (Russian Comedy)

Bootleggers, 1962

A film by Leonid Gayday

Originally released as Samogonshiki, this is an example of slap-stick, Soviet Era Russian comedy, in color, and dubbed for the west.

“Two stories, both about three stupid guys who get screwed by their dog.” (IMDB)

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Malice in the Palace, a short film by Jules White, 1949

Malice in the Palace, a short film by Jules White, 1949

Malice in the Palace, 1949

A short film by Jules White

“Set in a desert land where the stooges run a restaurant, the boys set out to recover the stolen Rootin Tootin diamond after they learn from the thieves that the Emir of Shmo has absconded with the contraband jewel. They journey to the stronghold of Shmo where they disguise as Santa Clauses and scare the ruler into giving them the diamond.” (IMDB)

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The New Three Stooges: The Noisy Silent Movie, an episode by David Detiege (as Dave Detiege), Edward Bernds (as Eddie Bernds) 1965

The New Three Stooges: The Noisy Silent Movie, 1965

The New Three Stooges: The Noisy Silent Movie, 1965

An episode by David Detiege (as Dave Detiege), Edward Bernds (as Eddie Bernds)

“Moe, Larry and Curly Joe get hired to play the organ in a silent movie theater, but none of them know how to play and their attempt to serenade the audience only results in wrecking the theater.” (IMDB)

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